1. Simple Ways To Make Your Daily Life A Little Greener

    Posted on February 10, 2017 by Andrew

    We all can benefit from being a little greener and adopting a more environmentally-friendly way of life.  Often times, we think of “going green” as an extreme.  We should sell our homes and live in a tent or throw away our TVs and all of our other personal possessions and live off of the land.  Though some people do live this way, it is not an appealing way of life for most of us who enjoy our daily luxuries.  Here are a few simple ways to make your day to day life a little greener and still keep your television. Read more…

  2. Preparing for a Startup in Campus

    Posted on January 29, 2017 by Andrew

    The life in campus is a thrilling, chaotic and exciting experience in life. University is one of the best places that one should prepare for a startup. The experience is often chaotic, wonderful and intense. This article focuses most on starting your own company viewed from the perspective of a founder. The article also focuses on being one of the startup’s first employees. There are various factors that should be considered before a startup. Read more…

  3. Some January Action in the UK

    Posted on January 04, 2017 by Andrew

    If you thought that January was traditionally a quiet month, a time during which you needed to get over a little too much celebrating at Christmas and New Year, well, think again. There are so many ‘happenings’ during this first month of the year in UK that they are almost impossible to list. If you are at a loose end, purchase your Stagecoach bus ticket after checking the listings below and start a journey around the country checking out all the events. Read more…

  4. 8 Things You Can Do to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

    Posted on November 30, 2016 by Andrew

    Carbon footprint. Remember that? About five years ago you couldn’t avoid the buzzword for measuring our own personal carbon emissions. Well guess what? Carbon emissions are still a very real problem in our world and here is a gentle reminder of all the things that you can do to help the planet lower them. Eight small tasks and decisions that won’t hinder your life but if collectively done will see a better outlook for this place we call home.

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  5. Staying In Balance With Nature: Living an Observant Life

    Posted on November 23, 2016 by Andrew

    A big part of the “green movement” has to deal with balance. And specifically, the balance between man and nature. It’s impossible to control the specifics of what lots of people across generations and cultures are going to do with this desire, but it is possible to find your own path through the middle. Read more…

  6. A Career in Waste? Why Not!

    Posted on November 21, 2016 by Andrew

    A соuрlе оf mоnthѕ аgо I wаѕ tаlkіng to a grаndmоthеr оf a young ѕtudеnt gоіng tо еngіnееrіng ѕсhооl. Shе аѕkеd me what tуре of career раth in еngіnееrіng thаt hеr grandson ѕhоuld tаkе. Wе tаlkеd аbоut аltеrnаtіvе еnеrgу, but I suggested to hеr thаt unfortunately thе alternative еnеrgу bubblе hаѕ been blоwn too big, and іt іѕ аbоut ready tо рор. (Well, maybe it can expand a little more.) J

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  7. Green Living Choices During Specific Life Events

    Posted on November 18, 2016 by Andrew

    Green living is a choice that matters across all different aspects of your life. Partial green living might be something along the lines of trying to recycle whenever it’s convenient, but if you really want to do your part for the environment, you really need to think in broader terms. Read more…

Tip of the Day

If It Doesn’t Smell, Don’t Wash It

According to Real Simple, if every American made an effort to launder less — cutting out just one load of laundry a week per household — we’d save enough water to fill seven million swimming pools each year.

So if it looks clean, and it smells clean, call it clean and wear it again. Consider hanging worn clothes out on your clothesline to freshen them up between wearings

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